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Snowplows Ready To Remove Abandoned Vehicles from Highways When Evacuations Occur

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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 02:55 AM
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It has been approximately three weeks since former State Trooper and Secret Service appointee Greg Evenson appeared on The Waterman Files to discuss what his inside sources are telling him about the situation in and around the Gulf of Mexico. Today, Evenson discussed and updated the situation with John Moore.

There is an increasing sense of negativity and desperation among those who I’ve spoken to, in the military, that have a real sense of – it’s a pending doom – and it’s just beyond anything I have ever seen up to this point. I talked to the men and they’re just planning their own well-being at this point trying to get their families out and plan for that because when this goes, it will be a literal and figurative tidal wave of disaster down there. There is no way it can be avoided once it begins.

I think the first announcements that are made regarding any kind of evacuation involving the aged, those that have to go first if it is possible will then precipitate a secondary wave to follow very shortly after that of the people who have been sitting on the fence not doing anything and all of the sudden they’re saying ‘it’s time to go’. It will cascade downhill rapidly and the people who are going to deal with it are simply saying, “We do not have the resources, we do not have what we need to carry this off”.


He also speaks of reports from the U.S. Geological Service that an earthquake was precipitated at eleven miles below the ocean floor which is why it is coming up red and radioactive.

He also mentions the video that is making it’s way around the internet of Pensacola Florida with methane boiling out of the water, said to be a million times more in some areas, one hundred thousand in some areas, than anything close to normal.



He finishes by stating how this massive release of toxins is going to cause fluctuations in climate and super storms. He also attacks the use of Corexit (dispersant) and the damage it is doing to crops and clean up crews.


“Snow plows are being readied to go up and down the interstate highways in the middle of summer moving stranded vehicles off the road when evacuations begin.” - thejohnchronicles.wordpress.com...


Of course, these are Greg Evensons opinions based upon his supposed reliable sources and his own research into the events in the Gulf. And while some people will say that it is nothing but fear mongering I would have to point out that many different people from all walks of life are stating that this evacuation is very much on the way.

Hope for the best, prepare for the worst.




posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 03:43 AM
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S&F OP. The news is gettingworse everyday. That video is absolutely unbelievable. What the hell are we going to do? Why arent we evacuating now? I see a lot of possile end of days scenarios and a lot of conspiracy theories here at ATS but nothing has had me really believe it will happen untill now. I dont know if this is an end of day scenario here (VERY POSSIBLE THOUGH), but the thought of methane, oil, and water is seriously scaring me. I cant believe that guy was standing in that water filming this! im glad he did but who knows what toxins are already in the air! Im sure glad he put this out for people to see!

*Edit to add- this thread, and especially this video needs to be on the main page! Im also curious to see what ATS member Doc Velocity has to say about this, considering he thinks nothing will come of this oil spill.

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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 04:03 AM
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“Snow plows are being readied to go up and down the interstate highways in the middle of summer moving stranded vehicles off the road when evacuations begin.” - thejohnchronicles.wordpress.com...[ex/]

Snow plows along the gulf coast.

They should stand out like nudist in alaska.


It rarely snows anywhere near the gulf coast and they would have to bring them in from somewhere to the north just to have them on hand.

Any ATSers seeing snowplows anywhere near the gulf coast.


Mod edit to remove excessive use of emotes..

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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 04:11 AM
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I dont know if this is an end of day scenario here (VERY POSSIBLE THOUGH)


Repent your sins, sell everything and give it to the church.

In the mean time i'm doing all i a can to stop the global carbon tax they engineered this crisis for just in case your wrong.



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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 04:15 AM
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Originally posted by ANNED

“Snow plows are being readied to go up and down the interstate highways in the middle of summer moving stranded vehicles off the road when evacuations begin.” - thejohnchronicles.wordpress.com...[ex/]

Snow plows along the gulf coast.


They should stand out like nudist in alaska.

It rarely snows anywhere near the gulf coast and they would have to bring them in from somewhere to the north just to have them on hand.

Any ATSers seeing snowplows anywhere near the gulf coast.


Wow. Of course most of the snow plows would come from the north. I think we all know it doesnt snow down south. In a lot of cases all you need to do is add a plow to the front of a truck, and it wouldnt suprise me if those plows are manufactured somewhere in the south, making them more readily available. It also says the plows are being readied for MID SUMMER. Your needless
add nothing to this at all - You should have read the whole thread, it helps out a lot.


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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 05:22 AM
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If you start ramming snow ploughs into cars and pick up trucks etc you are not going to get very far. They are meant for snow not two ton vehicles.. They would use lifting equipment not ploughs imho.

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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 05:29 AM
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Indeed. You take a tank, put a snow plow like device in front of it and you've got anything you need to push ANYTHING aside.

IMO that's what they gonna do.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 05:38 AM
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Florida has some emergency sanowplows on reserve, though they don't get much percipitation by way of snow fall, they do have snow blow back ups for such a freak incident.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 05:45 AM
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I am from the upper central midwest of teh US, and believe me, we3 have massive snowplows and incredibly powerful and tough machines for removing milions of feet of snow every year.
As for this scenario playing out the way depicted by the op's post source, I can't say, but there are "Tank like" piecesess of macjinery out there that could do the job post hste and with very little effort.

S&F OP, we have to keep our eye's peeled for the worst case scenario.

And for the record, there are a lot more thing's other than the oil itself causing problem's.
It's not only the non-stop gushing oil that is the problem, nor is the spewing "black gold" the worst problem to come out of this. It's the clouds of benzene, which is HIGHLY carcinogenic! The MSDS for benzene shows us that the MAXIMUM "safe level" for human exposure to it is 4 parts per billion. What some NOAA geologists are saying is that 3,400 part per billion of benzene, along with high amounts of methane, have been released with that oil geyser in the Gulf. Those who have already been out on rescue missions for the highly endangered marine life such as the Kemp's Ridley turtles have already begun suffering the effects of exposure to the benzene.

And other factor's as we wathc this disaster unfold.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 05:46 AM
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That is what I was thinking. You might move one a small distance but not without damaging the plow in the mean time.

It is going to take more than plows to clear the streets.

Raist


 
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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:27 AM
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I am not one to bash an OP for bringng information to the front so all can see. But being from Lousisiana I can say for certain that there are NO snow plows owned by the Parishes, cities and state. Yes there are trucks but they only dispurse sand........NO plow attachments on the front.

Now, if this were true...........I would think with a little research by someone that this information could be proven if true.........State/Federal purchases orders......borrowing equipment from northeren states ect.....

But until someone comes forward with information to prove this claim.......I will have to give a thumbs down on the plows........


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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:32 AM
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I can't believe that people are getting bogged down by the use of the word snowplow. As Vitchilo has already stated:



Indeed. You take a tank, put a snow plow like device in front of it and you've got anything you need to push ANYTHING aside.


I think the real point of the snowplow statement (or at least this is how I interpreted it) was that people would be in such a panicked hurry they would just leave their cars on the highway.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:41 AM
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If it were a tank I dont think you would need a snow plow to push cars aside.....

Then if it were tanks......where are these tanks being readied?

But the article you quoted said this...

“Snow plows are being readied to go up and down the interstate highways in the middle of summer moving stranded vehicles off the road when evacuations begin.”

Thats a pretty strong statement to make that I think could be eaaily verifed or at least a direct source to this action......

OP you dont have to defend your thread.............I just think if true then this should be easily verified........

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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:41 AM
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Maybe he doesn' know the difference bewtween a snowplow and a dozer. I agree with everyone else about the plows. It'd have to be heavy equipment. Just seems to me that the plow wouldn't hold up that well.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:45 AM
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then why don't they just bring in more tow trucks from around the country...

what, they think they are gonna use our plows to plow cars off the road???

I don't even think that one is possible, and well, if it is, I really don't want to see what kind of damage it would do to our plows!
the story is just too unbelievable to me. we have other, more efficient means of removing abandoned vehicles off the roads than plows! of which, I doubt if you would find many around the gulf of mexico...most would have to be sent there!


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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:47 AM
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This is completly ridiculous. I live in houston texas and trust me there isnt going to be any evacuatins and need for snow plows. Man i swear the disinformation on Ats about this oil leak is worse than the leak itself.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:47 AM
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End of the Gulf - Possible

End of the entire US - Very unlikely

End of Humanity - Impossible



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:49 AM
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After thinking about your statement..........you are right.....As I see these plows go up and down the streets all the time in Missouri.........they do bounce up/down a lot...........They would not hold up..........

So again from that statement in the article I would expect that the National Guard would be the one preparing for this..........And there have been several guardsmen from Louisiana that have posted on other threads that have said there is no build up or plan in place to evac.........Not to say it will not happen.......Just passing what they have said in there post....

Again I just think this is something that one would notice just by driving by City/Parish Maintence vehicles shops or driving by National Guard Units........I know from living there you can see all there equipment (trucks,tanks ect) from the road...........

If there are plows being attached one would notice........


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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:59 AM
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Originally posted by Cloudsinthesky
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If it were a tank I dont think you would need a snow plow to push cars aside.....

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I ran with some armored divisions during Desert Storm, and a tank would just run right over any small to medium sized vehicle in its way. I think Darkelf has the jist of it though, a dozer blade with the proper vehicle backing it will push just about anything out of the way.

The real concern is rupturing any fuel tanks when you are doing this. We were coming up a main thoroughfare in Iraq and trying to clear the roadway, when a three-car fire erupted behind us. The cars outer shells were burned before we started moving them, so we assumed that the tanks had gone up as well...not so. The cars were full of gasoline, which we inadvertently spilled all over the highway, and then set off by the sparks of a second tank pushing the vehicles further off of the road.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 07:05 AM
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I hope all of this isn't true, but I've heard so much saying it will. I remember the whole mass vaccination scare of '09. Everyone was saying all sorts of things about forced vaccinations, checkpoints, the whole lot. And of course, as we all found, nothing happened.

As far as his prediction of within two weeks after the Fourth of July, I will be interested to see. I'll just have to save my next two paychecks here in New Orleans and have them ready for a U-Haul trailer. I've already made plans with a few people without cars to car pool them. Man, what a cluster f#ck that would be.



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